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Sister Angela professes first vows


On Saturday, July 28, Sister Angela Marie Clare Conti professed her first vows as a Little Sister of the Poor. The day before, 4 postulants entered the two-year novitiate after an 8 day retreat preached by Rev. Frederick L. Miller. Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore was the principal celebrant for Saturday’s Mass of profession.

Sister Angela is a native of Glen Burnie, Maryland. She graduated from Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania in 2014 with a degree in social work and accepted a position in social services at our home in Baltimore, where she heard the Lord’s call and decided that being an employee was not quite enough! Sister will begin her life as a Little Sister at Jeanne Jugan Residence in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Sister Angela proclaims a reading.
The moment of the profession of vows of chastity, poverty, obedience and hospitality.
Sister Angela is pictured with Mother Provincial Alice Marie Monica.
A moment of joy!
Sister receives the Constitutions from Archbishop Lori.
Sister Angela and her parents carry up the gifts in the offertory procession.
With family after the ceremony.
With friends from Holy Trinity parish in Glen Burnie, MD, Sister’s home parish.
Our four new novices.
Novices, young women who have been spending the summer in our homes and Little Sisters surround Sister Angela.